Weather

Tuesday, April 19, 2016

More record high temperatures in Alberta yesterday

Environment Canada 

An upper ridge of high pressure combined with southerly winds over most of Alberta has produced conditions favourable for record breaking warmth. Record breaking maximum temperatures will be possible for portions southern and central Alberta again on Tuesday. Temperature values are in degrees Celsius. 

New Monday April 18 maximum temperatures as of 6:00 pm MDT:

  • Athabasca - New record of 25.4 Old record of 23.3 set in 2010 Records began in 1900 
  • Barrhead - New record of 27.3 Old record of 23.5 set in 2010 Records began in 1912 
  • Beaver Lodge - New record of 29.5 Old record of 22.2 set in 1926 Records began in 1912 
  • Breton - New record of 24.6 Old record of 20.0 set in 1999 Records began in 1939 
  • Camrose - New record of 23.6 Old record of 21.7 set in 1926 Records began in 1921 
  • Cold Lake - New record of 23.2 Old record of 22.3 set in 1983 Records began in 1952 
  • Crowsnest - New record of 22.9 Old record of 19.2 set in 1999 Records started in 1965 
  • Edmonton Intl. Airport - New record of 26.3 Old record of 23.3 set in 2010 Records started in 1961
  • Edmonton - New record of 26.2 Old record of 25.0 set in 1910 Records started in 1880 
  • Edson - New record of 27.7 Old record of 25.0 set in 1934 Records started in 1914 
  • Elk Island National Park - New record of 23.9 Old record of 22.0 set in 2010 Records started in 1966
  • Fort McMurray - New record of 27.2 Old record of 23.3 set in 1943 Records started in 1908 
  • Grande Prairie - New record of 29.4 Old record of 24.4 set in 1936 Records started in 1923
  • Hendrickson Creek - New record of 23.0 Old record of 16.0 set in 2010 Records started in 1962 
  • High Level - New record of 21.9 Old record of 20.3 set in 1998 Records started in 1962 
  • Jasper - New record of 26.3 Old record of 20.0 set in 1923 Records started in 1914 
  • Lac La Biche - New record of 25.4 Old record of 22.9 set in 2010 Records started in 1944 
  • Mildred Lake - New record of 27.6 Old record of 21.9 set in 2010 Records started in 1957 
  • Nordegg - New record of 24.0 Old record of 20.6 set in 1926 Records started in 1915 
  • Peace River - New record of 28.4 Old record of 24.4 set in 1913 Records started in 1907 
  • Red Deer - New record of 24.8 Old record of 24.4 set in 1910 Records started in 1909 
  • Red Earth Creek - New record of 28.8 Old record of 23.9 set in 2010 Records started in 1965 
  • Slave Lake - New record of 27.7 Old record of 23.6 set in 2010 Records began in 1922 
  • Stony Plain - New record of 25.5 Old record of 22.4 set in 2010 Records started in 1966 
  • Sundre - New record of 25.0 Old record of 23.9 set in 1936 Records started in 1908 
  • Vegreville - New record of 24.9 Old record of 23.0 set in 2010 Records started in 1918 
  • Waterton Park Gate - New record of 21.0 Old record of 19.3 set in 1999 Records started in 1961
  • Wetaskiwin - New record of 25.0 Old record of 23.3 set in 1926 Records started in 1902 
  • Whitecourt - New record of 27.5 Old record of 20.9 set in 2010 Records started in 1939 

This summary may be updated. Please note that this summary may contain preliminary or unofficial information and does not constitute a complete or final report.

Related from April 9, 2016:
Record high temperatures in Pincher Creek and other areas of Alberta yesterday

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